For Faculty: Library Instruction Request

Want to help your students become more familiar with the library and its wonderful research resources? Consider booking a Library Instruction Session. Librarians can tailor instruction to meet your course's specific needs. The library can host your class in one of its instruction rooms or we are happy to visit your classroom in-person. There are two ways to book an instruction session:

1. Use this handy-dandy online request form: http://library.boisestate.edu/instruction/instructionrequest.shtm
2. Contact your library subject liaison directly: http://library.boisestate.edu/CollDev/liaisons.shtm

Rick Stoddart,


Spring 2011 - Welcome to the Library!

Welcome to Albertsons Library! Here a few of the things you can expect to see this Spring semester at the Library:

We have over 110 computers sporting Microsoft Office 2007, Mac and PC laptops for checkout, library pages geared toward your scholarly needs (both undergraduate and graduate), and extended hours.

Let's not forget our growing list of research databases! Access articles from thousands of journals and magazines in our collection of online resources available at the A-Z list of databases. For you smart phone users out there, you'll find that more and more of our databases are mobile-friendly, too.

Find research resources using our extensive interactive subject guides in fields such as Public Administration, Radiologic Sciences, Kinesiology, Construction Management, Educational Technology and many more via Alberstons Library's
LibGuides system.

There are digital screens in presentation rooms on the first and second floors, so you can plug in your laptop and view your presentation on the big screen. You can reserve rooms 110 and 201A at the Circulation Desk to schedule your group working time.

Have your own mobile device? The whole building is wi-fi enabled.
Got a smart phone? Access the library in our new mobile website. Or scan the QR code below:

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Have questions about research, campus, or anything at all? We’re available to help you via our reference chat, on Facebook, and on Twitter. Or you can text us your questions at (208) 546-9982.

Albertsons Library is committed to ensure the academic success of Boise State University students, faculty, and staff. If you have questions or comments, please let us know, or call us at 426-1204.